Category Archives: logotherapy

Meaning -> Intention -> God

by Aryeh Siegel It seems to me that just about everyone will at some time say there’s something meaningful in what is happening around him or her. The meaningfulness consists in there being some message that is being conveyed. In … Continue reading

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Modesty

by Aryeh Siegel The title of my last blog (“I an Hashem, June 17) may have seemed “immodest”. How can anyone even think of uttering “I am God”, however sensitive and refined the intention may be? The following story may … Continue reading

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Opening up to Nature

By Avraham Friedman On my most recent vacation, traveling in the 1000 Islands region of Ontario Canada, I was struck by the fact that I was standing in a boat and simply staring out at the different islands as we … Continue reading

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I am Hashem

by Aryeh Siegel I am Hashem your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slaves (Exodus 20:1). The first two words of the Ten Commandments that God spoke on Mount Sinai are: … Continue reading

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New Blog

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New logotherapy blog

This is a reminder to check out my new logotherapy blog called themeaningseeker.com Instead of announcing that this blog is terminated and sending you to the new blog, I decided to continue this blog as a group blog (with weekly … Continue reading

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Logotherapy elevator statement

by Batya Yaniger One of the important marketing rules is imagining you’re on an elevator, the doors and soon closing and you’ve got half a minute to say something that captures the essence of what you do. Here is my … Continue reading

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